Our marine biology courses focus on
hands-on study in the Caribbean, the Bahamas, Fiji, British Columbia, Thailand,
South Africa, Costa Rica, and Nicaragua. While each course has a slightly
different focus, all of the courses combine classroom learning, practical
application of skills, labs and field survey techniques, along with cultural
activities, service learning and adventure activities. This is a great
opportunity to teach in the field and inspire youth in the field of marine
biology and conservation. In addition to teaching, instructors live with
students and facilitate positive group dynamics, personal growth, adventure
activities and leadership development.
Master’s or PhD in a related field of
Experience teaching marine science at
the high school or college level.
Ability to teach college level marine
science courses, including hands-on academics, labs and field survey
International travel and trip leading
Experience with the activities
included on the program preferred. Activities may include snorkeling, hiking, sea kayaking and SCUBA diving.